A Conclusion

Poem By Mohammad Akmal Nazir

Primary ambition-
Earning, spending, loving, rejoicing, leaving everything far behind.

Secondry ambition-
Showing, helping, donating, worshipping everything that is blind.

Both are boring, hurting, devastating, disturbing, and unkind.

Choose something in between,
In everything balance should be seen.

Comments about A Conclusion

Yeng and Yang, inner peace my friend it most certainly describes something we all try achieve. But still I think mines quite out of my reach. So I thank you for this poem.
An invitation for reflection, balance and introspection. I like it very much..Cristina Teodor
deep search for reality//////evil and good fairly recognised
This poem certainly makes the reader think. Is the enlightened master or sage or saint boring? was my first reflection. Then, what is in between? I have no ready answer. Somehow poems that make people think and leaves them with more questions than answers are poems that hit their aim. The message is moderation, I think, but are the extremes boring?
It's a nice poem........ read my poem [Consolation].......

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